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United Way of the Lakeshore has coordinated with area labor unions to put on the 19th annual Labor Day Parade starting at 11 a.m. Monday, Sept.
For the eighth straight year, the Muskegon Community Labor Day 5K Run & Walk will provide participants with a fun way to celebrate the holiday and be healthy.
Dozens of local churchgoers will forego traditional indoor worship this weekend and give praise in the backdrop of the Muskegon Channel for the annual Church without Shoes event.
T-shower in Cass Co. - a few more scattered showers. The t-showers are moving ENE.
A 59-year-old Muskegon man has been charged with child endangerment and driving "super drunk" for allegedly driving with a small child in the front seat, unsecured on the lap of the child's grandmother.
Muskegon Director of Public Safety Jeffrey Lewis wants to see first-hand what officers are experiencing on the ground in some of the city's most criminally active areas, so he's taking to the sky for a closer look.
Labor Day is the unofficial end to the summer tourism season and, despite several rainy periods and days of cooler-than-normal temperatures, all signs point to another successful season in the Muskegon area.
With the start of a new school year, MLive and the Muskegon Chronicle asked area school districts to share information about new staff members.
The digital information source and newspaper combination has been a success for the company and the community.
A Muskegon Heights man who thought his friend was being confronted by an armed man fired his weapon six times at the subject, but missed, police said.
Replicas of two of Christopher Columbus' ships , the Nina and the Pinta, are set to visit Muskegon.
The Community Foundation for Muskegon County celebrated a record-breaking year at its annual gathering which took place recently in Muskegon.
K.L. Industries is planning a $5 million expansion and adding dozens of new jobs to keep up with the booming demand for its kayaks.
Albert White III was killed after being struck by a minivan at this intersection in Norton Shores: Seaway Drive and Norton Avenue.
A 57-year-old man from Muskegon has died after a minivan hit and killed him while he was crossing the street.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 03:10 pm
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